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WTN: 2002 Siduri Rosella's Pinot Noir


Jean Brislance
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2002 Siduri Pinot Noir Rosella’s Vineyard Santa Lucia Highlands - Dark ruby color. Nose of cherry, dark berry, cola, and spice. Flavors also along the same lines; cherry, cola, spice, and a touch of oak. Medium-bodied, and it is bright and lively on the tongue. There is a nice, cleansing, citrus-like acidity that shows up towards the finish. The finish is flavorful and long, and there is good balance. This did not seem as highly extracted as some other wines in the Siduri lineup. I found this to be very enjoyable with food, perhaps a better food wine than some of the other Siduris. Whatever the case, I really liked this. :biggrin:

All the best,

Jean

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